Rev. Dr. William J. Barber Said It Best! Houses Of Worship Are Not Essential, But True Worship Is!

imageHouses of worship are not essential, but true worship is: “When I was hungry, did you feed me? When I was thirsty, did you give me a drink? When I was a stranger, did you invite me in? When I was naked, did you clothe me? When I was sick and in prison, did you visit me?”

Stay in place.
#StayAlive.
Organize!
And don’t believe the lies!

Email your governors now & tell them you are engaging in moral non-cooperation with orders to re-open: http://bit.ly/ppcstayalive

Rocky Mount NC – Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II & Congressman GK Butterfield Coming To Motivate To Do More!

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Tar Heel of the Year: The Rev. William Barber — activist, advocate and preacher – The News & Observer

Half an hour into a sermon at the National Cathedral in Washington last June about people living on the margins of American society, the Rev. William J. Barber II paused to ask, “Can I preach like I would at home for a minute?”

He shed his professorial tone and slipped into the more passionate style he uses in his pulpit at the mostly African-American Greenleaf Christian Church in Goldsboro.

Heading into the crescendo of his message of how God uses people who have been rejected by society to bring about revolution, he played his voice like a pipe organ, hitting high notes and low ones, holding some and snapping others off. He boomed. He whispered. He trembled. He sweated.

He brought the congregation to its feet. (Read more)

NC NAACP PRESIDENT BARBER LEAVES IN JUNE TO JOIN NAT’L POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN – Wilmington Journal

The Watch Dog response: Several folk have asked me why was Dr. Barber stepping down was it because of health issues? I said oh no he is moving on to work on the national level. But what has tickled me the hell out of me the most is a couple of people white and black asked me was I going to seek that post. Really? I am glad to know such a man and was in Greensboro at the NC NAACP State Convention in October 2005 when myself and some others had to fight to get him elected. I have enjoyed all he has done over the years and just excited about what he is going to do on his new post. Get ready, get ready!

Though he insists that he’s “really not leaving,” Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, president of the State Conference of the North Carolina NAACP, says he will be “transitioning” from the state presidency next month to join a national “poor people’s” campaign to address issues of poverty and social inequality.

“I’m not going to run for another term [as president ] of the North Carolina NAACP, and I will step down in June,” the civil rights leader said Wednesday during a teleconference.

Maintaining that the NC NAACP is “…strong in our legal victories; strong in our organizational structure; strong financially and strong in the clarity of agenda…,” the civil rights leader expressed confidence that the next state president, coming from among the organization’s four vice presidents, will be up to the task.

Barber has been president of the North Carolina chapter, the largest in the South, since 2005. He led the once troubled conference into national prominence with weekly Moral Monday demonstrations at the North Carolina state legislature since 2013, and challenging the state on controversial cases of alleged racial injustice. (Read more)

Franklinton Center Day 2015 At Bricks Whitakers NC Featuring Dr. William J. Barber II

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New Year’s Eve Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II & Greenleaf Christian Church Disciples of Christ Will Bring In The New Year At Rouse’s Abundant Life Ministries, Inc.

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Video/Pictures: Watch Night Fellowship 2012 Dilda’s Chapel FBC Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II Messenger

What a powerful fellowship.

Everything was awesome, the Praise and Worship Group that fired up the service, Greenleaf Baptist Church Choir, The Mime Team and then the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II Greenleaf Christian Church Goldsboro put it down. It was on up in there. See it for yourself. You can get drunk all over again if you were there and if you were not there you can can get drunk.

Bishop Jessie Jones is the Pastor of Dilda’s Chapel Fountain NC and Rouses Chapel Ayden NC.

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Note:

January will make me 26 years alcohol free. Found out I can act a fool and do not need the alcohol.
Try it you will see you don’t need alcohol to make you act a fool either.

Funny how I posted this when I arrived at the church got there 1 hour early. Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II preached about drinking and it was the congregation fault if they were not drunk after his message. You have to watch the video to get it.